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How Heineken USA Does Sustainability

The White Plains-based beverage giant puts its money where its mouth is when it comes to sustainability initiatives.

So You Thought Millennials Were Slackers, Huh? Think Again, They're Moving Next Door

The slacker generation is growing up and becoming an active force in real estate.

Say Goodbye To A&P

Westchester A&P shoppers learned last week that their local grocery store will shortly close or be under new management, plus other developments in the world of Westchester business this week.

Does Minimum-Wage Work Deserve A Minimum-Wage Increase?

On Tuesday, the New York State Fast Food Wage Board voted unanimously to raise the minimum hourly wage for employees of fast food chains to $15.

Latest Housing Numbers: Prices Down, Sales Up

The Latest Elliman Report brings more positive news than you might think.

Pace University Runs NSA-Funded Program (One We Actually Like)

The National Security Agency may been getting a lot of bad press lately, but that doesn't mean their work isn't important—especially when it comes to teaching the next generation about cybersecurity and hacking.

Local Developer Has Big Plans For Historic Westchester Site

The former St. Mary’s Convent in Peekskill will be transformed, housing an inn, spa, restaurant, and apartments.

“Learn To Love Pain,” And Other Tips On How To Succeed As A Restaurateur

What does it take to make it in the county restaurant business? Constantine Kalandranis of 273 Kitchen in Harrison shares his thoughts.

IBM's New Nano Chip Is Thinner Than Paper—A Lot Thinner

Armonk's very own techology titan has done it again (and here we were thinking the new iPhone was thin).

He Worked With Starbucks, Dos Equis, And Trojan. Now This PR Pro Is Headed To Westchester

Plus, new hires at Food Bank for Westchester, the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, and more business announcements this week.

These 3 Westchester Businesswomen Are Among New York’s Most Powerful

The 2015 Crain’s New York Business list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York includes three of Westchester’s own.

This Westchester Entrepreneur Wants To Change The Game For Other Entrepreneurs

For aspiring entrepreneurs under 30, it can be rough to get a business off the ground. One college student from Westchester is trying to change that.

This Westchester Eatery Was Just Ranked One Of The World's 50 Best

One of the county's best farm-to-table restaurants gets global kudos. Plus, other awards and recognition in the world of Westchester business this week.

5 Local Small Businesses Learn Tricks Of Trade From Local Business Giant

MasterCard teams pair up with small local businesses and the Taproot Foundation at the fourth annual Pro Bono Challenge.

Looking For Local, High-Growth Employment Opportunities? Look At These Sectors In The Hudson Valley

The latest jobs data is in and shows good news throughout the Hudson Valley—with huge gains in two specific areas.

Yonkers Designates New Arts District

With the growth of the arts in Yonkers, the city is making major changes to accommodate the up-and-coming industry. Plus, #GivingTuesday comes to the county, rising stars, and more business buzz this week.

Marketing Tactics For Large Corporations (That Will Work for Any Size Business)

Guest writer Nuno Teles, the chief marketing officer of White Plains-based Heineken USA, explains the steps involved in a successful marketing push.

This Local Woman's Brilliantly Simple Idea Took The Smart Phone Case Market By Storm

In the crowded and popular phone case market, a local entrepreneur is making waves with her “eyn” case.

These Scarsdale Teens Aren't Just Entrepreneurs—They Teach Entrepreneurs

Two Scarsdale teenagers find success as entrepreneurs by teaching other teens how to jump into the business world.

How Good Is Your Office Confrontation Story?

Workplace confrontation (we're talking disputes here, not violence) is not always a bad thing. After all, a healthy let's-talk-it-out session here and there is better than unaddressed, productivity-sapping resentment.

These Guys Want To Bring Westchester’s Best Restaurants Into Your Home

Five 20-somethings tap a new delivery market in Westchester.

These Apartments Are Insanely Small—But They're Big Business For Yonkers

Plus, Judge Judy mentoring program graduates women of promise, big news for Westchester County Airport, and more local business buzz this week.

Can A Local Entrepreneur Take Over The Activewear Market?

Edgemont resident Laura Preskin launches Yaffa, a new line of luxury tennis and golf activewear.

What's “The Hippest Town” In The Hudson Valley?

Plus, MSKCC gets a prestigious certification, a local music store gets a global award, and more awards and recognition being giving around Westchester.


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